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Interior designer Bill Peace committed to a chic, black-and-white scheme in every detail throughout the residence he designed for the High Style High Rise Home Tour. For a palette that could easily become cold and sterile, Peace found a way to make it inviting by using sinuously styled pieces from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams throughout the residence.
The designer created a series of unified spaces, envisioned as a home for a young bachelor who loves to travel and has an appreciation for fine art. Thus, featured in the home are works by by artists from Alan Avery Art Company’s roster of talent, including Louise Nevelson, Chuck Close and Harriet Leibowitz. And because “no bachelor will sacrifice comfort for the sake of style,” Peace chose pieces that combine the best of both worlds, such as MG + BW’s Davis Sofa, which features a deeper seat and wider arm, and a pair of tubular Art Deco-inspired lounge chairs. Even an ottoman in the lounge oozes sex appeal by casting a soft shimmer, but the button tufted fabric? It’s a bachelor-friendly durable vinyl.
Bill Peace, Peace Design. (404) 237-8681; peacedesign.org. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, 3081 Peachtree Rd. NE, Atlanta 30305. (404) 869-1770; mgbwatlanta.com. ALL OTHER FURNISHINGS, ACCESSORIES AND WARES PROVIDED BY: Bjork Antikt & Studio, Circa Lighting, Home Theatre Design, Keith Summerour, Kolo Collection, Myott Studio, Peter Block, SwitchModern, Waterworks.